The Key West citizen
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00048666/00072
 Material Information
Title: The Key West citizen
Physical Description: v. : ill. ; 68 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: The Citizen Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Key West Fla
Creation Date: July 22, 1935
Frequency: daily (except saturday)[<1958-1995>]
daily[ former <1908-1909>]
daily (except sunday)[ former <1912-1949>]
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Key West (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Monroe County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Monroe -- Key West
Coordinates: 24.559167 x -81.784031 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida and Crest.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1879.
General Note: "Independent Democratic." N.W. Ayer & Son's direct. of newspapers & magazines, 1976.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 30, no. 129 (Dec. 16, 1908).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000358017
oclc - 02701762
notis - ABZ6317
lccn - sn 83016244
System ID: UF00048666:00072
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Associated Service.Piece Day Wire tlClJ 1& Wt'- ( ttttU I most Key West equable Florida weather, has in the the

For 55 Yean Devoted to the fA'. I country; with an average

Best Interests of Key West \ range of only 14 Fahrenheit


Heavy Strain Of Business AndSuIti TREE GUILD ISORGANIZED HOUSE, OF BOURBON GUTTER Roar Of Cannons May InterruptEthiopia's


:Weather Cause Members New Year FestivitiesimoNFs


To Become Tired I. -
Of Congress '

,I B. KIRKE HEADS (By A*$eelate. tress) BASEBALL AND.CHEWING GUM I Holiday Period Looms As

.. By STEWART FRENCH :! ported to be rather a quiet, retiring -

Atmospheric Conditions DR. VAN DEUSEN ORGANIZATION AS PRESI.J FLORENCE. Italy, July 22-1 I girl, only a short time out ATTRACT PARIS BRIDAL( PAIR IN U. S. Likely Time For Invasion

DENT; PURPOSE IS TO Young love and old laws are of the convent in which she was '
... I Due To Peculiar
Become Very UnpleasantWith PLANT MANY TREES fag Don Juan seagoing Indent'prince I educated. Don Juan, on the other
flr A>**clat 4 Press)
hand, is a washing and debon- I Weather ConditionsBy
I PARIS, July 22_American MOTOR VESSEL
Heated Arguments impatient, for the" coming: naire. He has the easy charm and i
FISH SPECIMENS I movie and baseball are includedin
The Key West Tree Guild, or- of fall when he is to M marriedin grace of his father, together with
I the honeymoon plans of am.iI.1 SEIZED TODAY;
EnsuingBy t'!
the friendly self-assurance of CHARLES NORMANAssociated
ganized last week with Wallace ; a
r one of the most royal of royal ing Mademoiselle Jose Laval and
i iE. eailor. ( Press Staff Writer)
I II I DIRECTOR OF FAIRMOUNT Kirke as president, offers citi- Spanish wedding I The I Count Rene de Chambrun. If Mussolini'* African legion;
princess, daughter of Don
i After tbeir marriage, whicbprob.bl NICA ''BEING HELD BY CUS.
HERBERT PLUMMER PARK AGUARIUM IN PHILA. sens of this city an opportunity to Royalist circles disclose that Carlos de Bourbon of Paris, has were to invade Ethiopia in September
By AMveiated Pwrmmt will take place late in
DELPHIA LEAVES the wedding of the prince, son of almost as illustrious a lineage as as some military observera
WASHINGTON July ZAs. : ON BOAT participate in a constructive com- August, the only daughter of
ex-King Alfonso and heir to the her royal husband-to-be. She can THIS PORT predict, they would strike at a

tute observer of the political TODAYDr. munity program which will, when vacant but proud throne of the claim King Louis XIV of France France' premier and tb4 young country celebrating its New Year.Ethiopia' ,

Bourbons, to his cousin Princess among her ancestors, and she is lawyer descendant of Lafayette --
situation i in Washington daring consummated, have a lasting bene- the : to sail for month in New Year' dayfalls
I Maria Mercedes, will take placein niece of the Duchess de Guise, expect a
P. J. Galvin
October, and that the place' wife of the pretender to the Canada and the United State customs agent on September 11.
these weltering *un>mer day are Robert O. Van Deusen director ficial effect on the Island City. from Miami, yesterday seized motor
probably will be lome. : throne of France. "I like Americans," Made r The Abyssinian army," writes

becoming more and more convinced of the Fairmount Park While the'detailed'l'r>am'0f' Unite Family Branches I The wedding of the crown I moiselle' lAval said in- her care- being boat held Nica ty: '-customs V20741 authoritieshere. which is a British historian, "is in efleetpradic.U

the has bcerf-W "tk- The will unite prince of the Bourbons is ful English. She'sat'apposite h rfuture'
guild not yet nuptials once expected the Abyssinian
that signs multiplying Aquarium, Philadelphia, left this It is owned by Willard ) people
the two branches of the to in magnificance husband in' his high ceil-
ed out, the purpose' of the orgarii'- surpass Hopkins.For for with the exception of
the desirability of getting congrc morning on the Steamship Com- Bourbons, and royalists of both the marriages this past winter of inged 'law"office*'nd twirled his :
zation several 51 Ir. Galvin
generally'Is to provide 'a days
I was
two big sapphire engagement ring. priests, and monk every man i i.
France and Spain are striving to of King Alfonso's other chil-
.* out of town. mercial Orleanian, of the Moore t medium through 1rlch'tr 'lovm: make the occasion a glittering' dren, in both of which occasions:I "Sa..: LifrMK&ewing Gum in matters Key West in connection investigating with certain suspected nn actual or potential. *oJier! .-

There'. a decided unpleasant and MjcCormick Lines, with a'' can work and help In *developing, show, worthy of the glamorous( American blood figured. j I -When? f:',visited the. United violations of the law and-I I love of fighting i i. in his blood."

shade trees on'the island:: This, officers > house that for centuries held sway I Alfonso Bides and Hopes States-with1 toji father in 1931, I yesterday with C. P. Hogeboom,: September loose as the likely

atmospheric condition existing on fine collection of fish. I of the guild 'pointed'out today over much of Europe. ,| In January, the Infanta Beatriz,I 1 I learned Hike the American hobbies customs inspector, went to Mangrove time for invasion because of the

is definite need in West Don Juan now is a student of the exiled monarch's eldest daughter -:' -liked the movies and even Coast Guard
a Key Key on a picket
capitol hill and it's not entirely The doctor was here for more weather
chewing I hated to home. peculiar conditions that
for although shade trees can be' law at the university here after became the wife of Prince gum. go and seized the boat. ,

became of the _.ther. Dale than two weeks and during his! found in abundance in back yards!i four exciting years in the British i Alexander Torlonia, son of the i I i 'American women are On it there were 109 fivegallon govern the whole of Ethiopia. The

stay 'secured some of the finest and other spots where they are ,i I navy. Although good in his, former Elsie Moore of New York charming! I haven't English and 105 one-gallon demijohns, country has two seasons, in the
there i is a release from the ter specimens he has able, studies, his friends he spendsas and a former American school-'words enough to describe all I
ever been not evident to the stranger' there I say all empty. The tanks with main-Baga, which is the dry

rifle train under which the political to get. There were approximately) are few along the sidewalks to impress as much time in Paris with his fiancee -; boy athlete. 'I j" think about them-.111 have to get gasoline and rations for a season, from September to mid-
the visitor as his father will permit. I Two months later. Don Jaime, Rene to teach me some. But you
and offer himshade. trip were on the vessel, it was said
I June and K'aramth the wet,
community! here ia i laboring 2000 fish of possibly 65 species.) : Their engagement, which for: second son of the king, married must use the word 'charming'! II I I at the custom house. ; of three and
/tniongjthe specimens which the)! In an effort to attract all some little time was secret, is the Madamoiselle\ de Dampierre,:I hope to meet a great many of' rainy season a
-a* severe a* anything eacept adisastrous perI'sons | them when I back." months, from mid-June to the end
doctor secured which are not casta interested in the blossoming' of a childhood romance granddaughter of the former got of
I begun in old monarchist ''Josephine Curtis of Boston. Rene de Chambrun's favorite VISITORSVILL\ September.
of the
war period ever has rule secured by collectors for trees, guild has worked I "\\ en it rains it pours" is an
'| out three kinds of memberships,! Spain. The two royal highnesses) These weddings likewise were American hobby is baseball.
produced_.n explosion might the various northern aquariums, each ; While in the United States he understanding when applied to
t i destined to appeal to everyone in I have "known other almost celebrated in Rome where the LEAVETUESDAYMR.
como were several large porcupines and'a ', one way or another. The three since their births in Madrid. He king is watching closly the poli-: wants to take his bride-who has Ethiopia. The rain comes downin
at time. i torrents and turns primitive
group of especially brilliantly]} classifications of membership arc is 22. and she 23. tical situalion: in Spain and bidinghis 1 never seen a game-to see the roads
into raging streams and
For that matter, there have colored Spanish hogfish. I! working, regular and contributing. Prince Convent Bred | time in the hope of a restoration -' world serjes. lie predicts the rivers. Wartime
AND MRS. J. LEGERE AND maneuvers are
These hogfish are among the I Princess Maria Mercedes is re-, of the monarchy. i showdown will come between the
been impossible' under such conditions.
sporadic outbursts almost !
most beautiful fish taken in trop Those joining the guild in the ------ ---- Giants and the Yankees. CHILDREN: ARRIVE FROM !
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daily. Members of congress some ical waters, their gorgeous color- first classification: will do a large I/I Both he and his fiancee al- Ethiopia's Boundaries

of them the best of friends, snarl ing of blue and gold holding the part of the act al work, such as "BONUS BILL" IS:I t \WPA OFFICIALS I ready have strong links with I II WEST PALM BEACH Modern Abyssinia is believedto

attention always of spectators rooting plants, pruning and I America. Mademoiselle Laval I INt. be composed of three races-

and bark at each other in debate. visiting in any aquarium which is planting trees, or permitting other I visited Washington with her fft- I the Karaites of north and north-

They hurl charges in fits of temper fortunate enough to secure sped. to plant trees in the yards. BROUGHT BACK BYCOUNTYjFFICERS] LEFF SATURDAY ther In the fall of 1931, when he' and Mrs. J. Legere and' east Africa; a* Semitic strain because

metis. 'Regular members will comprisethe conferred with President Hoover, three children, of West Palm of invasions from Arabia;

, "which- '" they- -4----fend, advisable organization and planning ) r and was'thrilled by almost,every. Beach, who. are 'completing a delightful and nuNigriticelement introduced:

later to expunge from the membership in the guild. thing iie 'saw from New York vacation one week in by inter-marriage with conquered
The third classification: was included skyscrapers to American "en- Key West, expect to leave on the negro tribes. For centuries they

Record. for isitors and others who CAPTURED SATURDAY AFT. FOR CONFERENCE ergy." return home tomorrow morning have beaten back invasion after

What has happened is that as a EXCURSION want to participate in developingthe Count Is Honorary Citizen over the highway. i invasion, and in modern times

result of weeks of working long tree ilfe on the island but are ERNOON NEAR BOCA CHICA By her wedding to the young On their arrival the Legeres secured have inflicted severe defeats on

not in a position to do so, either : I count she will become a ,distant apartments, on the recom- Egypt and Italy.
hours at high pitch everyone is inclined because of physical; ; handicaps. BRIDGE; MADE GET AWAY i relative by marriage of President t mendation of friends, and enjoyed Emperor Menelik whose army

to be Auspicious and fault- TRAIN BRINGS IN 249 PASSENGERS lack of sufficient residence hereor DURING MORNING I Leaving.over the East Coast I Roosevelt for he is a nephew of a delightful visit, Mr. Le=ere crushed the Italians in 1896,

finding. There's an undercurrent for some, other reason. the late Nicholas Longworth; former said,this morning white making a made boundary treaties with Eng

of bitterness readily discernibleat YESTERDAY I While the purpose of the guild I, 'I Saturday afternoon was a groupof I rrteaker of the house of representatives farewell! call at the housing department land, France and Italy. The realnt

every turn. AT NOON HOUR primarily is tft plant and .cultivate "Well! we guess you must be! officials of the Works Progress I I !' who married the '.of the WPA. now ruled by, Haile Selassie "the

Pettiness IDcre..e.There' I trees on the island, the program I I President's cousin, Alice Roose Conquering Lion of Judah," con
also is one of conservation. tired after your long walk from Administration in Key West, go- velt. sists of Abyssinia on the north
been increase in the i I INGLES ARE ON
an i Another of excursionists Seedlings which could be cultivated Key West," said Deputy Sheriff i I Rene de Chambrun is a great- and center; the; Galla country in
group to Jacksonville for conferenceswith
number of stories of pettiness in arrived on the morning train from I and developed into fine shade Ray Elwood to a pedestrian encountered ing srreat-great-grandson of Lafayette. the south and southwest; the

high places being whispered I Miami yesterday. When the train i trees are constantly being pulled by the deputy and Chief officia head relative to the His mother i it the former Miss VISIT TO CITY negro and negroid country of the

I and destroyed. it was said and Clara Longworth of Cincinnati and west the east the Moslem
around. While up ; on
Washington gossip arrived in Key West there were 1 I Deputy Bernard Waite while driv-
it is new rgulalions) ss; applicable! to his father General de Chambrun.. _
is by no means always ac- 249 passengers detraining. Most i!l! through the guild hoped a ing on the other side of Boca tribes and in the southeast the
i t greater appreciation of these pos'sitilities who retired a year ago as commander GUESTS: OF DEPUTY COLLECTOR Ogaden Somals. The rulers of
of .
them returned in the afternoon.]j Chica bridg Saturday after Key West and Monroe county.In
curate usualy it is formed of will be about. of French colonial troopsin
Some remained until today. brought noon. I'I I Abyssinia, or as the people prefer

some substance of truth. When the train was coming in]I I I "Yes," replied the walker, "It the party nere: M.\ E. Gil- North Africa OF CUSTOMS COS- to call it, Ethiopia, claim descent

Several reasons may be advanced to the terminals it represented I! LOCAL GROUP i is mighty tiresome and hot." fend administrator: ; Franklin E.': Count Rene, who as a..dereendant HORN AND WIFE from King Solomon and the
of Lafayette is an honorary I
to explain why the present one of the trains of last year when!J : "Well you will not be tired! Albert, executive officer; B. C. Queen of Sheba.
citizen of the United StateswasyViXVIetjr
great crowds were arriving S while back and the ride will I Among the vsiitors in Key West I The Abyssinians form one-
situation has arisen. One is that riding ) Moreno, engineer; Clifford .
G'I special! permission,
-I r. RETURNS HERE cool! you off, so hop in and let's'', I today are Major A. J. Ingle, collector i third of the population. The
big business angered by the days.There = Hicks, projects director arc because of his honorary
j l Galla invaders of the
i for Florida, sixteenth
were a few empty coaches "* go back to Key West said the 11 1'I I of customs
utility holding company bill and however, which had been US ''iB' ..._ __ .,.. deputies and W. H. Perkins, alias,|*I Claude Gandolfo, assignment 01i -i! ship to take"the, New Y eitien-I Mrs. Ingle and daughter who arrived I century were subdued by successive

disturbed by the tax program, is J by 150 rcruits for the dJ MEMBERS OF PARTY 'LEFT: : I Bonus Bill, hopped in and is now I ficer.i Mrs. Avery Johnson, di-tj ire!ezaninaipuq passed: them,several, practiced years ]J over the highway last night Abyssinian kings, and their

hitting back at the government ini I) camps on the keys. ., fl I resting comfortably= in county i rector of social service: left yesterday -" !:severalAy *>with New York 1 1a i for a short stay. conquest was complete by Mene-
a manner new to the Roosevelt ,'- SATURDAY',FOR. VACA. jaiL ; They are the guests of Deputy lik. who added considerable territory .
; I morning over the highway, firm and retqrned to,Paris at the
Administration. It has in G. N. Gos- to his realms.
admitted Collector Charge
MRS. MUMFORD i TIONtl4!| MIAMI Perkins on Saturday morning accompanied 1 I.;: Mr. Johnson. _, end of f 934: to practice here. He 1 I
spending thousands of dollars in' made his get away from a work II the horn, and Mrs. Goshorn and are [ The climate of the capit.l.I .
also has been admitted
this manner. I I ..,, ing of prisoners. He is I How long: the gro tl will ,;l Ile to today visiting places of interest; Addis Ababa, is said to be perfect
Another is that the gang away from the city was not said, Paris bar. and meeting a number of Key I,bright, never unpleasantly hot
reason LEFT SATURDAYTO serving a six months sentence.He he
: Th day after he got to town
of 1936 have begun to caste' Mr.\ and Mrs. Anthony Haskins left his trousers as evidence,, asthere ere a number of import* met Mademoiselle Laval for the-I Westers old friends of Mr. Ingle.!i cool because of iU altitude, and

their shadows on capitol hilL and their two children, and Mrs. 'of his going. He is back in the ant matters to be discussed' and They plan to leave in the morning( fanned by breezes from the moun-
first time at dinner at a
children conditions peculiar to Key"e<:t to a party I
Usually the immediatelytpreceding Earl Higgs and two for Miami.PLAN .' tains.
congress trousers again. friends, house and sat next to herat I
JOIN CAPTAIN MUMFORD Saturday be considered..Iich it is expected
formed going
a national election takes a family party I i Royal Garment Rich
vacation in Miami.\. He is not the first prisoner who will take some time. the ble. Their engagement
on a distinct political complexion, WHO IS IN COMMAND OF for a has made his escape. Nor is the was announced fix months later. j PROGRAM I Peppery dishes are favorites

but the present one has held on I They returned yesterday. first to be brought back. As. a Her Golf Score Improve I I with the natives.

so long it has begun to be tinc- TUG AT KINGSTONMrs. Asked why the quick return. matter of fact the sheriff's office LOCATE AUTO The pair have much in common. I The men and women wear
several j I
Haskins said they tried
tured by politics. Mr. in Mbnroe works with the same Both have dark eyes and hair and FOR THURSDAY 1; chammas, a piece of material
brat could fnid no accom I
Whisper! : I modations.places Not because there; purpose as the famous Northwest I l CAR SOUGHTDRIVER French vivacity. Both have studied j I three yards long and several 1 yards

President Roosevelt hasn't been E. B. M mford, daughter Mounted forces which is get your law, both :are i interested in {' wide, which resembles the Roman -
with lots of rooms I
spared these attacks. One hears'all ot Mr. and Mrs. Jose Pelaez ofl were no places man. This they invariably do, it I' political science and both love An hour of classical and melo- toga. The social station of
cut none
sorts of and Caroline street, and son, and apartments is shown. I dieus, music will be presented on the wearer can be ascertained by
attacks him rumors whispered) left Saturday afternoon for Miamien of them wanted childrn. CHARGED WITH golf.The day they became engaged Thursday night when the eighth ]:, the richness of the chamma.
on and his policies.I !several places at
Those close to the Whit House! route to join Captain Mumford After of which trying they were told that CABLE I Mademoiselle Laval scored. birdieon Key West MelooV Hour will be I!(I Marriage and divorce law, according -
some ; WILL given::
at Kingston Jsmaica. '
declare he little attention a par three hole, the tint time to observers .are lax and
full had"rooms
such gossip and even toj to In Miami they were met by Sirs. they were either or GET HEARING TODAY 'the had ever done itBut she The highlights of this program I!i easy. There are. no,..harems.l ..
appears reserved, they were
be amused it. Mumford's sister, Mrs. Armando or apartments GOESON TRIP I hasn't studied nr.eh law lately, will be the famous "Moonlight]l The men wear cartridge belts
by that the
informed rea-
.The fact ,remains, however,j' Cobo, who with her daughter, eventually accommodations were Ilecause. she says. "Rene takes up ,Sonata" by Ludwig Yin Beethoi j i many of them ef fancy tarn and
son no yen and a selection from the golden -]
Consuelo. waS spending' a week. too much of time. j rifles.Much.
my carry
that some of the administration's'closest the little
available was because of Automobile tag 34-451, which melodies written by Franz
Mrs. Mum-
morning. MAKE
advisers believe an early ones. i was sought for two days by the Schubert. Jewelry Worn
ford and son left by Pan
adjournment of the present ses. Ameri-I sheriff office MRS7ROBERTSSERIOUSLY The affect much
can plane for-Kingston the. REPAIRS TO CABLE was located early women jewelry
ion or a recess until some time in, is stationed of yesterday morning and the owner I -bracelets, rings, amulets necklaces
captain master
the fall is highly desirable. I t the Wrecking; Tug Killerig.as 't' SPECIAL NORTH OF HEREG. wag arrested by Chief Deputy Ber- ILL LEGION UNIT WILL\ I earrings.

"In.view of the attitude of the I LUdJt\OLEO\ nard Waite on a charge of reckless The Abyssinians are considered

house, toward_ being detained in; GOOD(> 22c ) driYing.'The CONDUCT good horsemen. '

Washington during this intolerable CUBA TRANSPORTS with glasses, ft R. Steadman cable managerfor charges were preferred last MEEtINGI, The religion cf Abyssinia has

weather," one declares "it* Shipment Fresh FRUITS and the Western Union Telegraph week by C. Sam B. Curry, clerkof Relatives and friends have received I been unchanged since its incep

would now seem advisable to ad-j 142 PASSENGERSSteamship VEGETABLES will arrive company sailed yesterday morn- criminal court, who alleges information of the desperate Members of the American Le-! tino 1,600 years acoIt is Coptic

journ as quickly as possible and Wednesday by Truck ing on the comoany's cable boat I that the car was, being driven in illness of Mrs. Jane Roberts gion'Auxiliary are reminded of an Christian. The priests form a

return to a special session in the John W. Atkins for a point 102 such reckless manner as to endanger 67 years of age who is residing important meeting of the organ!, powerful group and are often

fall" WE: ARE NOW; LOCATED AT miles north of..Key West. the lives of Mr. Curry, Mrs. I with her son, Sam Roberts, at ration to be held 6 o'clock Wednesday I seen assisting the judiciary, whichin

If such a course were to be decided Crla sailed Saturdayfor 1101 DIVISION STREET Mr. Steadman has with him a Curry and two children in the 2469 Southwest 15th street:Mi afternoon. the general run of law cases:
members of congress might, Havana with 135 first class crew of cbale repairmen and will Curry car. The case is to be ami. Fla. President Josephine Piodela ex I holds court In the street Thereare

return to Washington in the fall) passengers! seven second class, I lift' Cash ,Grocery make repairs ,on the cable which heard this afternoon in the court I The advices are to the effect peas all representatives of the organization no lawyers. The Mosaic law,

spiritually as wall as physically] four tons of freight! 11 automobiles Fro Delivery PIa... 29 was found broken last week. They of Peace Justice Frank O. Roberts that Mrs. Roberts is not expectedto to be present when roll "an eye tor an eye," .is the underlying

refreshed. 1 and 393 sacks of mail. I expect to be :zone about 10 days. I recover. ,i.i called in the lesion halt [ code.

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.w'Qrbt :iatI p it (: r THE COMING BOOM UNUSUAL f r sissippi Valleys, northern Plains
States and southern Florida.
(rTODAY'S WEATHER 1 1 f Temperatures have not changed
D.lly Except Sunday By r
There is talk again of the "coming -by"MovieSf digkt"ki much since yesterday morning and
N .. .. I .
P. ARTM4PreMdeitt American boom. Improved business are about seasonal in all distri 't.

JOE ALLEY." AMlvtUBt p.,l.*.. Maaajer prospects are responsible for this expecta- Temperature i' Florida Fair except local showers except the north Atlantic State

From The Citizen Building BmisKarlaffonce t Highest ._ ..*._ ..87 I en the southeast coast tonight i where they are abnormally high.
The of in this -- -- ---- ----- ;
Corner Greene and Ann Street tion. huge supply money Lowest .... .......-......._.. -...-76 i i Tuesday fair in morning and local ,j I S. M.( GOLDSMITH.
country affords the basis for a credit expansion ltlt w.sM Mean ..._--;)--------------<-....=......84 i Temporarily in rbarrr
Only .Dally. Newspaper In Key Went and Monroe which would rapidly produce con- {iHa Normal _.............._ .__.841!j j' thundershowers in afternoon. I I
County. I Jacksonville to Florida; Straits: ,
ditions similar to the 1929 era. Rainfall i j jYesterday's BENJAMIN LOPEZ
Entered at Key West Florida as second clans matter on 1 Gentle to moderate east or south-i<
Precipitation .21 Ins. FUNERAL HOME
Administrative and congressional :
FIFTY-SISTI YEIl = |' Noimal Precipitation .... .10 Ins., ecst winds and partly overcast
leaders are giving ,this possibility some .tUf Thin. rre r4 *.Trr. St-mumt 'rl'l'': weather tonight and Tuesday with !I II j Set-vine Key WestHalf
Member f tae Aa..ela/ed Pw
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I' .1... at 8 'rl rl> I 1 r Century
Thp Associated: Pre. l I. elusively entitled to u.e thought and that is the reason why legis- Tomorrows ;.:11.1.:: I'I! scattered showers over south por-J
fur republication of all news dispatches credited to lative enactments are being pushed in order Sun rises .-.....-_-.-. .. .- 5:50 a. m. :,, tion. I Ij I Embamer
It o'r opt otherwU..credited In. this paper and also to control the speculative exuberance | Sun sets: ..._...-... .. 7:16 p. m. 'j 1: East! Gulf: Gentle to moderat l least ', I Phone 135 Night 696-\\
the local news published here.'NATIONAL or southeast! winds and partly -
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Moon rises! ,
which The Securities Act and -
may com.e. overcast" weather tonight and i;i -
Moon sets .. I :3a: m.Tomorrow's .'
EDITORIAL) the Banking Act of 1933 are both cal- j no' uu p. ]i Tuesday with scattered showers Ij'
ASSOCIATION culated to help control any such move j!
ment but other checks are considered High ...._.... 3:02: 4:10 I I i
gpBSCRIPTIOV! RATES I necessary.! Low _.-----10:14 9:01 I This morning; pressure is above In the Center of the Business
One Tear _._' 110." ( Jdm8uc4kr' it osu Barometer 8 a. m. today; normal over the South Atlantic and Theater District
Six -Montb1' -- 5.60 Supporters of the Utilities Bill recall of the tarrt Sea; level, 29.96.WEATHIR I j States and decreases thence north-1' "
Thjree'Montb 2.00Ona that holding shares led the f ; ward the
utility company over St. Lawrence Valley -: Firt Class-Fireproof-
Month _._. .85 flM on the. SCR U26'z .;
FORECAST disturbance of modi
which tne crash of a
skyrocketing preceded
Weekly %0 t Sensible Rates
0S==5SCfatfarifo i erate intensity is central over the
1929. The banking bill, called some ., 'zOtac'12aslouialu ,
: ADVERTISING RATES new (Till 8 p. m., Tuesday) I I. Gul of St. Lawrence. Father!I COFFEE SHOP NOW OPEI
Made known on application. times the Eccles Bill, provides for definite I Key We t and Vicinity Partly Point. 29.72 inches. I

SPECIAL'NOTICE restraint against unwise expansion of utCflrtZLmlcmo7i cloudy toniht: and Tuseday. ex- Precipitation was general during Garcia Elevator
All reading notice, cards of thanks, resolutions of the last 21 hours! throughoutthe Popular Prices
pecU.obituary:: notices, etc, will be charged for, at credit. Under it banks could be requiredto 1Q : !: ; 'i.\II\; : Ohio Middle\ and Lower Mis- J

.the rate"of 1* rents a line. keep a larger reserve and provisions are a4uz d f Ofd, 1 1t j'p-k-i"\I ttW.\!E1r' t .,.,.---,
churches from whicha
Notice for entertainment by
contained to centralize the financial opera- Matuui Marsh '
revenue Is to t>. derived are S cents a line. ? 3S s ,
The Citizen Is .n open forum and Invites discussion tions of our banking structure. 1rAt lUNGLQN
of Issue and, subject of local or general Q tLCi1CZ
Considering human beings thoughtful r' tl "
as fit
Interest but It will not publish anonymous communi B k u !
cations. and sensible objects one would think eM ii LikeACakeOflceFOODSTUFFS
t aacusq
that the experience since 1929 would have Rovrfc slu $
ten.i ,
Politeness to be responsive must be unit t
taught a dear lesson. Speculation and inflation -
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sincere. '- ao...,__. 1 v .
would not seem so attractive to
i Partly Cloudy Thundershowers II t
those Who suffered during the .I last five I -- ---- _---- ---- ; .1 {

Business :Se red when- they see ..... .. ,|: cept local thundershowers Tuesday -,]I l lI
.men years if they understood the causes, sufficiently 1 .. *. .. ........ 1! 0

red-in the 'ledger.! : Strict government control is neces- KEY WEST IN i Today's Birthdays:',i! cat afternoon and southeast; gentle wind! to!?'.moderate ; ?
,. ,." t sary in many phases of business and bank- DAYS GONE BY I.............e....0......:! ....,;..L.....,.11.'. .....1... llctrl- I

Shades of 'character is one thing and ing>because without!\ it the 'general ,good is. .I I Ely Culberteon of New York.)! THE SEMINOLE I I

shady characters another. subject to harm. The ignorance of many ,happening Here. Just 10 Years.Ago bridge I eport, born :In Koumr>ni- ,(i i i l.
Today As Taken From I', .
about fiscal matters and'the selfish greed 44 years sgo. I I II iI
The Files Of The Citizen I I
I I ii
T".X victim of a rubber check artist which actuates others who do understandand j Dr. Morris Fishbein; of Chi "go.j I tt4 i lr i ii

pleads for "a really good bad check law." know can cause disaster for all. The George A. Rubin Realty noted" medical editor, born in St. I j i 1 i
I company: K planning to establish Louis 46/ years reo. I
tranch: po=tofi'ices in several re- -- ;
Don'tbe frightened while peering into CITY OF FIVE FLAGS oit cities in Florida, and Key Rear Ad.nirnl Gilbert J. Row- '
"C'tt will l visited in the cliff new director of Naval Com- ,
a looking glass; it's only your reflec.. e near ..7Jarkanasili. c
future ith.the idea, it is said:ore munications, loin in Peoria. Ill,I lvlI Et
tion. I .l 1t
The distinction of having been under l3b\i\ M:1g a'branch postofficehere 54 years t.go.Abraham ._ I I
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i five different flags belongs to Mobile, Ala. in connection with the comr.any's S. W. Rosenbach of ,, f'1I.\'I. n. GHi.ili Fiends. Ma.agerA 1 i

The government thinks it is seeing to I Ill!factit has hanged flags seven tim.es, as really business. Philadelphia and Ne* York, fame.! where human you will home-like find 7....Institution 4l\Hmmt keut in our all metal ICE

it":that everyone gets what's coming to a brief account of its strange record will Advices received in Key West ed rare bookman born in rsml.rcad ter' of 'great Importance.rmtrttmtmmtrmt a mat' REFRIGERATORS aie.as. cool, fresh and

him, but as a matter of fact it doesn't. show. today from Tallahassee announce I delphia. 59 years ago. -----.- healthful as if they were frozen in a cake of
I A steel llrr.r..f' slIJi.g imalydis
the appointment of Ileen Wil- ice. Our Refrigerators are doubly heatproofand
Founded by d'Iberville in 1702 Mobile : Dr. Kathryn McIIale, directorof the Snarl .r tar city I
luim of Key West as juvenile absolutely airtight.
Washington is turning on the heat on was in French possession until 1763, judge for Mon -oe county The appointment ] the American Association! of and Every Shower Room with lx ml>!nallnn Tub
I Hath. Radio Electric
University Women, Washington
slime of the minor brain trusters, though when it passed to England by the Treatyof John W. Martin.v.as made by Governor ''n.I C, born at Logansport; .Ind., Ceiling Ventilation Fan,Comfortable Slat Poor for Beds Summer whip! $30.00 and $35.00

the'Capital itself is sizzling hot, in more Paris. It was taken by Spain in 1780, .I I45 years ago. Mattresses! of Inner Spring ConSiruelion < -; EASY TERMS-10 DAYS FREE TRIALOn '
and Individual
ReadIng *{
ways than one. captured by the United States in 1813, Elaborate preiarations are being -'i Dr. Augusta F. Bronner of Boston Lamps. RATES I; Display At-

taken by the English in the same year, and made Jor toe benefit card par- noted psychologist born ct Slagt'

The trouble with those who arrive at restored to the United States by the Treatyof ty and entertainment: to be given hall.I r Louisville" Ky., 54 years ago. 3 n.It__._..... Private Private lath Balk __ trZ.tqve s.M: ',: Thompson Ice Company inc.
Thursday night in Aronovitz 4o 11 Private Bath S...
the top of the ladder is that when they Ghent in 1815. It flew the Stars and In addition to refreshments of various -'' Stephen Vin-ent Benet, poet. 54 .tlo. ._.. Private.., llathI ......' ,
.ple It.
reach the coveted eminence they look Bars of the Confederacy during the Civil kind those attending will 'born at Bethlehem. Pa., 37 years St.iGUrCRRAeE* !Private FOR Batk DOCHLn 4.O 0 PHONE NO. 8SHUTTER

down on us, who are not so fortunate. War, after which it again came under the be given the opportunity of hear ago. 1 occcrsNcr
ing one oT; the best programs of ._
Stars and Stripes.The instrumental; and vocal music ever' Thomas E. Wilson" of Chicago,I -- -- -=-

Modern bathing suits have that"don'tgonearthewater" Battle of Mobile Bay, on August hecrd in Key West. meat,packing head, born at Lon- :I.I'.I'.4TII"IIIII .-_-_-

and 5, 1864, in which Admiral Farragut defeated ',,, don. Cana., 67 j esrs ago. ?. ".e.. ... ..;..1..... a .. .... ,,1 a { S..
In an interview with a repre-
those whose: beautious forms they encase the Confederates was one of the sentative of Toe Citizen Captain Robert Ranger, an old resident of I

principal naval engagements of the war Georire E. Brown, in charge of this citv. was fo nd dead on the i..i
appear to be quite willing to heed the in-
junction. costing the Federals 335 men, while the the U. S. engineering! department: railroad tracks at Miami this morn-I I AWNINGCOMBINATION I
loss in Key We t. stated that while ing. The body will arrive tomorrow -
Confederate was 10 killed 16 wounded :
making *n inspection! of Ma*tello over the East Coast and fun-,
Had Mark Twain lived he would be and 280 taken prisoners. Towers he discovered that people' oral services will be held in the I j

:Mobile in serious financial diffi- are removing the sand in that vici- afternoon.
one hundred years old this year, being nitv. Engineer Brown states thatno I

born in 1835, and he was born in Floridanot culties during reconstruction days and lost one is 1 ermitted to remove Fditorial comment: Some newspaper -::I :

- this glorious state but a little town its charter in 1876, when a commissionwas asd., or anything else! from government reporters write of brides as i i J
in Missouri. established to liquidate its debt of two property and that as it is t ein r led to the altar, when as a j I .
considered! a serious violation of matter of truth it i ithe bride who I .
and a half million dollars. A new charterwas U S. Laws to commit acts of this! frequently does the leading. I IMr. The Ideal Material
For This Is Weatherwood
Peace by international l agreement is a obtained in 1886. In recent years the kiwi the punishment in case of -- I: Purpose
conviction is rerio s. He issues: a and Mrs. Jamey Wells an- :
and in 1930
farce. Regardless of pacts a nation takes city has made such progress warning to those pho have been nounce the engagement of their:1 I Densboard Or Weatherwood Hardboard

what she desires. Vide Japan and Italy. had a population of 68,202. r-arrn'ng: this practice.The dsuijrhter. Min Macey Well, to I : I

Co-sfgnatory powers to the Kellogg Peace Pensacola, Fla., has also-..beeil*(under Charles lUker, son of William

Pact just look on and will not raise a five flags, its history in that respect close- h aHvertisin bo-rd o:the public old instruction kindergarten ..., August Pakcr.; 25.There The. wedding: is set for I: For Years the People of South Florida have i

that of :Mobile.
fin er. ly paralleling bni'dirg for ale. Announcement

t':. is I to that effect will be foundin was a large: attTdance at Needed a Material like This. Something like :
another srection of th's issue of the meeting of the Catholic Ac.
Hearing and seeing so m.uch of slot NOTHING ADVERSE. ;JO SAY Wallboard but Weather
l.\ The Citizen. Bids were received tivities Club yerterday. Making of having Resisting Properties :
machines, a little New Jersey boy swallowed Tom-> time ago in response! to a apron was decided upon as the!

a nickle, expecting to ring: the bell for a Twenty-eight years ago a Russian by pifcriou; call bet the board deemed work to occupy the members of ;i so That it Could be Used for Two Good :
the offering too small. Scalelj the club for the nut severalv'eek i '
prize After the jitney was returned to the name of William Feldman came to j I bids vll: be opened 7 p. m., Tues *.. Miss Maty Link of Tampa i 1 I Purposes- :

the surface, the little fellow got a spank- this country and settled at Charleston, S. }day. July 23. and Mrs. Kennedy Philadelphia !

ing. Very likely he will not become a slot C. A. few months ago he made a return were gue-t/ < of honor. Miss: Linkis 1. To Serve in Place of an Awning.
I News.'Va: received in Key West ,'i ting her uncle and aunt Mr.
machine addict. trip to his native land. Upon his return j< today fiat: 'Henry Ranger, son of and 11 lr.. Carl! Slier.

he discussed with a reporter of the News J'--..-- ._- 1! 2. To be Light and Strong, so That it :

Federal men in Kansas City, hunting; I and. Courier some of his impressions. j ----
( Could be Let Down and
for a missing: car and its owner's wife, "Wherever I went, people told me j i a! Quickly :

found the car but not the! wife. Notified, they were just like in America; they were: j 1 I Serve as Storm Shutters Case of
VeHill be have consult about;
the owner said: "Don't bother to look for free," :Mr. Feldman said. "I told them i pleased to you : us

my \\ife. All I want 5 i3 the car." If the, that over here, I could take a box and put J how you can Storm. :

car was a second-hand: one, the chuckle it on a street corner and get up and shout ; I We
Have Made One and Hung Over Our Front: Entrance. When ;
over.thin one will be increased.\ that I didn't like the president or the !jmayor j ,
You Drive by, Look it Over. Or, Better Still, Come in and Look :
or the governor, and that if I didi>! Build Buy or S

Key Westers, even those not inclined that over there I would be dead in the i!; I at the Way,it .is Made.\ And Let Us Explain and. Show You (the h;

to obesity, must have shuddered morning. I told them -that if I said any I: Refinance Your Hornet; :q Samples of this.Excellent Weatherproof Material\ :

when they read news dispatches from San thing good about the people who had been! The. Price; of .this Material is About the Same as 'food. There :

Francisco that. twelve. women there hadbeerTstrjcken put out of office. I would be dead in the Different Thicknesses t _
4. are Five and Grades Carried Our Stock

with temporary blindness :I morning, too. I j or repair or modernize any type of So thai You jlave a Wide Croup to Choose From. : '
can :
from the n$e of dinitrophenol the anti-fat They said this to me: 'That's right i .

drug. This drug is used probably by 1-. but you see there is nothing to say against i J building on insured. credit

000,000 women in the United States, it, is the people in office and there is nothing ; i South Florida Contracting & Engineering Co.

estimated, and was discovered four years good to say about people out of office. So
i The First National of Key
ago by a chemist at Leland Stanford University. why should we want to get up on a box a| Bank West I : PLPDO 598. White and Eliza Streets !

Despite warnings that it should and say those things that were not true?'* ; : .

be u$ed only under close observation of a That is typical of suppressed 'peoples- ; Approved! Mortgage Under the I i "Y tldr horn is worthy of; the best* i

physician, many women with an.' over sup- dominated by dictatorships, which keep .

ply of avoirdupois dispense with his services .them iq ignorance of whi FEDERAL HOUSING ADMINISTRATION I :
comparisons. h'l] :......... ....'...I..I........ .... ........... ... .....*.....#'.*.?
and suffer as a consequence. might be odious. j I.lIII

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J I I the Boston Red Sox a .7 to 6 de-j' '4e.rtlr..lf.....e..p.e

READY MADE WIECORAtie i I cision over the Detroit Tigers in J t LEAGUE STANDINGS' In
{! !D i, the final game of the series before t Today HistoryeeeleeeeaeeeeeeeeeeSeee

24,000 fans. J
Mel Harder pitched the Cleveland -1

STNOPSISl to'London TMturn of R.raasp.cted* Moon tAt re-. There are some men In my own job SPORTS Indiana to a 6 to 4 victoryover j I ;New Club York- _....._..... 50 W. 31 L. .617 Pet. J,. England 1706-and Treaty ScotlanJ.signed uniting
and I met today who was
atrwtOH, .uffO edlf loft te tk* Pa a man the Athletics but he had aj: Detroit ......._.._..... 52 34 .6051*
cite ka* exposed LA* detftraH lit very decent to me la America. We
ol Cno tlooTt, laid to onto ILCTtrll narrow escape in the ninth in ng.i# ,Chicago ._..._.. .._.. 45 35 .563';
ad An sate. from a fitt mart must keep the game up. But most A barrage of hits scored all the 1796-Moses Cleveland
j jMackmen's Boston ..._....._._ superintendent
"...,.er.'. ..,...,.... Sr.. "00 told renings I shall -b* -wor IDg..It ." m..u 41 .518;:
'.rr ...,IoJleF, Mark finery that I runs in the ninth and'drove Cleveland ..............41 40 .506 and agent for the Connecticut
tkt t* Uoort-i wMo, now ail 4* does not Interest me In the Harder off the mound. Land Company, located
j __._.._
tarred to pr.,.... to ks overtoytd.vlffcravh what will be doing.Mr. Philadelphia 36 44 .450)
sie does not Mrtimlariy slightest yon _m___ mm_____ m__ __ ._ m __m __ .n n I The Chicago White Sox defeated Washington ......._. 36 49 .424 Cleveland and ordered place surveyed
.like..:..if.to s.IK Kef ttaffUy unit l Married ere carat for Set pre- Moore. Laurie said. i Washington to 2 to take they I St. Louis _.__....._. 26 56 .317 I, into !o1832ntiated.
to hold *U tot "By the way. Albery tells me yon : odd game of their five-game series !
are seine to do his personal correspondence CLUB PLAYERS I DIAMOND BALL j 1{ CARDINALS NEAR as Ted Lyons rang up his i': NATIONAL LEAGU2 Napoleon II.

again. There was a new eleventh victory of the season. ]I Duke of Rcichstadt died '
Chapter 11 i Club- W. L. l ck 1 aged

MOViNG IN note- In his voice. DOWN PICKED I GAME TONIGHT!I:I TOP POSITION IN The summaries flolow: i' New York ...?....._.. 53 28 .654 I 21.

Yee. His private secretary baa to NATIONAL LEAGUE St. Louis ...._._.... 52 :30; .634 t'I I _
A PORTER brought Laurie's bags go away again for three months. He i 1 At Pittshnrzh: R. II. E.i i Chicago .... .. .. 51 3.600 i I i 1916-rrepuedn bomb
up tn.the elevator to the third was kind enough to say that I did TEAMJ5UNDAYBASEBALL NATIONAL LOOP Boston ......... m............... 0 4 It: Pittsburgh- -..46 41 .529;i trage in San Fr..neisco--Thomas Day
the work all right'"He's 1 The third game in the play-off]J Fittsburgh ....... ._ ........ 7 13 0l] m.n. j 101
floor. As she opened the front door --- 1 Brooklyn ..._._.....__ 38 44 .463' J. Mooney among those arrested.
with her key.' ; panic seised her. *. "What very do keen meant on yon. Isn't her series in the Senior Diamondball I Batteries: Brandt and Hogan? Cincinnati ...___.._. 39 47 .453 I -

Was Rex here!? "What 1 say.you I saw It last night GAME; PLAYED IN League will be played at Bayriew I WORLD CHAMPIONS NOW I II Swift and Padden. Philadelphia .___.__. 36 47 .434 I 1930-Earthquake in southern

about Ile I Park tonight, weather permitting, Boston "'_-_"._____. 21 65 .344 Italy killed 1500.
And he talks I.
No. He had dressed and gone oat the way you. AFTERNOON AT GOVERN.' WITHIN ONE AND ONE-HALF! First Game I
She was rather late. Her friends doesn't know he's giving himself r when the Busy Bee and Lopez I At Chicago R. H. E. '

at the office had kept her talking away. He has an idea he's a regular MENT FIELD RESULTED IN, teams. meet again. Each team GAMES OF GIANTS NEW New York ..........._._....._ 4 11 2. worth. Cochrane; Grove and Fer- :.

congratulating her on her husband's Sphinx.with him: I suppose bit. oat you've of office been hours about?" SCORE OF 20. has won one game eo far in the i t I YORKERS LOSE TWIN BILLVywlal miraculous return. She had smiled! a Hcbbell and I
II : Danninjr; First Game I
"How dare say such things five-game penes.TODAY'S, I I
you ; I
and thanked them. How often In
rye been anywhere with Mr. 1 Root, Carleton and Hartnett. j At New York R. II. E.
never _
'the last twenty-four hours she bid ;t ti iI St. Louis ........._._ ____ 022
know him. He has i I n
driven fatalism her Albery. I hardly With the veteran Sanchez pitching GAMES 1 ( t The Chases) i j I Second me' .
with a burned
New York ..._ 261
me-because of '
been kind to n
boats behind her! only ,shutout baseball the Cuba I I, NEW YORK July 22.TheCubs At Chicago R. II. E.

Her husband. It was a Joke, of you!" Her eyes shot blue lightning: defeated AMERICAN LEAGUE j swept a four-game series New York ..._................. 591' Batteries: Walkup, Van Atta I I0
CJub Aggregation a picked and Hemsley Broaca and Dickey.
course. It" was a humorous at him. Chicago at Philadelphia. I with the New York Giants by winning Chicago .... ....................11 11 Oj: ;
very "1 see Sorry I spoke. Of course team at Navy field yesterday STORE
: ;
both ends of doubleheader \
situation. But It did not seem a bit do with You mast ; St. Louis at Boston. a Batteries: Stout, Smith. Cbag- Second Game
like one now that she was alone in I be It's t a nothing difficult to person to me.get on with.Yon .. afternoon g to 0 j.n'one of the:: Detrpit at New York. I 5 to 4 in eleven innings and 11 ,,I' non and Danning; Lee Warneke i ii I II At New York R. II. E.ISt I

the flat and would be alone until seem to have such a temper." speediest and best played base-] Cleveland at Washington. to 5. The largest crowd of the]i and O'Dea. t Louis ... ... .. .211 1'! I -' -

Hex Moore came bacK: Laurie war on her feet, gathering ball games seen in Key West for' season! 46,168 fans, saw the con- First-Game t j New York :_::..=.:::=..:= 1 9 11

How could she have been so crazy her needlework together.; some months. I j 1 NATIONAL LEAGU-S: I test. i; At St. Louis R. II. E. i Batteries: Knott Coffman and I i I Daily Baseball Returns
as to consent to this Impossible position They glared at each other acres, Philadelphia at Pittsburgh. Behind the four-hit pitching of I ;
her Independence fell The youngster Salinero who Cincinnati. Brooklyn ......._.._...._._ 7 11 31| Hemsley; TamtHis and Dickey.! I 1 Wire
? Where her Boston
was pride the table. Her eyes first : at Bill Swift Pittsburgh downed Bos- I By
St. Louis 13 15 0
,. her ? She "bed" be relieved D. Navarro in the first F..I
seJfrespect It's time you went to I Brooklyn at Chicago. I ton 7 to 0 to make it four straight i j* At Washington R. II. I
vent over all the arguments toil said In a detached voice. inning for thepicked clnb,, ,}IIU' New York at St Louis. for the Pirates and the Braves') Batteries: Munns. Vance Mun- -o-
1 Chicago ..... .........._..._ 4 11 11,
1I Haines Collins .n. I
somely;as she put a kettle on to boll unable to get h'is hoots ''bY' Ar- I fifteenth consecutive defeat. I I j go and Phelps; P. COME IN AND GET THE
Washington .._.....__... .... 2 8
oa't; the electric stove andm'ade a IT was the climax of this Impossible, mando ACe1redo1'Ipeedy'shortstop)I Mrs. Harriet Crouch of Chelms-I I The world champion Cardinals]j I and Davis Delancey.__- Batteries: Lyons and- Sewell 01, I RESULTS OF THE

pretense of getting .herself some situation. of the Cuba Club and this failure' ford, Eng., kissed all members of: walloped Brooklyn 13 to 7, in the t Second Game Newsom, Russell and Bolton, Hoi-1 I MAJOR BASEBALL

supper. Panic seized her again. She' casta cost him the game for Acevedofigured :\ the jury that acquitted her of,'opener of a doubleheader and 1 At St. Louis R. H. E. brook. J I
She owed Jt to him. She had stolen look of terror at him. It was the his team's I t LEAGUES0
in all
of : scor murdering her husband. took the second contest. 7 to 5, Brooklyn ...........__n_..._ 5 12 1. I
his name; she had lived ,on It for same unreasoning fear of being lathe j -
with him. ,Just she had ing.A I climbing within one and a half St. Louis ... .......__......___. 7 14 1 !,! At Philadelphia R. II. E.
Clad her. >
two years. So had through felt In--com her little as that there double by ,Annan,.in. the twice but of four official trips to games of the league-leading New. Batteries: Leonard Clark Bab- Cleveland ............___..._ 610 11 I CIGARS, CIGARETTES,
It vas the least she could do to pretend own home f
to be Us wife for a little while. was no space for the two of them. first inning sent ther ,first rfan,the plate. I York Giants. I ich and Lopez; J. Dean, Philadelphia ...-......._._ 4 13 I1 I SOFT DRINKS,
She drank her tea. but could not She tried to hurry past him out of across the home'plate: In the I! The game was hard played and Curt Davis -nd: Joe Bowman : Walker end Delancey. Jleus."er"I' Batteries! : Hndlin and Phillips;! I ETC.STEAMSHIP.

eat anything.She the room, but his voice held her. third inning Acevedo doubled j the losers were fighting all the.j pitched Philadelphia to two shut- Blaeholder. Dietrich, Turbenlle j! .l
again, went to third on an infield until the last out in the ninth, I First Game I (
went Into her bedroom and You can't be afraid of me!Surely, way out victories over Cincinnati, Davis and Richards.
unpacked. It was an austere apart !t's not that? Why do you look sogueerf out and scored the second!when Castro's catch of the tantalizing -' taking the first. 4 to 0, and At Cincinnati R. II. K. ... _.
ment la dull tines with a large built and last run of the game on afielder.s foul fly ended the game.: Bowman the nightcap 2 to 0. Bowman : Philadelphia ...._h........- 4 11 1 -- -- -- -- -- -

I .:........._.. _._ 0 6 2 .v
in walnut wardrobe and a man's "I'm not afraid of you. But you'rea choice. During the afternoon Score by innings: I allowed five hits and Davis Cincinnati .h

high dressing.table. All polished brute. Armando collected two RilE six. : Batteries:.Davis and Todd;.Dor- Co.

wood and plain coverings. No feminine He looked'at her tmcomprehend- doubles and a single out of four Picked Team- I The Yankees divided a hard-,I ringer Frey and Enckson.i P & 0

touch. Her rose-colored dressing ingly. There was no pretense about trips to the plate. 000 000 000-0 8 1,I fought doubleheader with the St. : Second Game UNITED STATES FAST

gown looked almost Indecent. t. A running bare-handed'catch ofa Cuba Club- I Louis Browns before a crowd of i i i At Cincinnati R. H. E.Philadelphia : MAIL ROUTES FOR
she thought with a twisted smile. I "I don't understand yon. Haven't high ,twisting fly ball back of 101 000 OOx 2 8 3 !
j i 29,559 winning the first game, .............._..... 2 8 1Cnicinnati
looked Into Rex Moore's. bed we made a bargal17"She \ PORT TAMPA-HAVANA-WEST INDIES
She the home plate in the ninth by A. A. Acevedo 12
room opposite, at the other end of forced ,herself to face him Summary: Errors. to 0, and losing the 10-inning 1 ....................._ 0 5 3 Effective March 18li. 1935
Castro of the
backstop: Cuba L. Bazo. C. Hernandez J. Na second, 2 to 1. to wind up their '
the flat. It was Intended for a manservant boldly. Club, was easily the outstanding varro. Two base hit: A. Acevedo I preparations for the "crucial" series -i, Batteries: Bowman, Nelson and Leave Key West for Havana Wednesdays and Saturdays,
Very comfortable too. but "),11'. Moore. J can't! ,stand it. Iff I Todd; Hollmgsworth and Lorn- 12:20 P. 51.Leave\ .
fielding play of the Field. M. I
2 Acevedo Rueda. Stolen in
game. ; with Detroit a game
plainer than hefs.He too posfble-too crazy! Shut up I bardi. seemed to have no luggage but here alone with'you, a perfect stranger ing features were also turned in base, E. Garcia. A. Acevedo 1, the van. The even break moved Leave Key West for Port Tampa Thursdays and Mondays -

the suitcases she.had seen in the I can't go on. You* must find by M, Acevedo, and AI Acevedo Peter Castro. Struck out, by I them just that far ahead of the I II I AMERICAN LEAGUEAt 6:30 p. M.

,train. His day clothes: were neatly some way to end It at once!" for the losers And E. Garcia, and Sanchez 2; Salinero. 4; M. Ace defeated: Tigers.Pinchhitter Boston R. IL. E. Ticket. Reservation and Information at. Ticket Office .. ta. I

piled on a chair! I "But what's happened since you A.. Hernandez for the Cuba Club. vedo 1. Base on balls off I Wes Terrell's long I I Detroit i ...-........m_.._.._..' 6 13 1 Dock 'PL... 71

Could It be possible that she was ', agreed, since you took It onT Yon Peter Castro John Navarro and Sanchez 1. Left on bases, picked home run smash in the ninth inning Boston ......._...__._...___. 7 13 1 J. H. COSTAR. A|.>t.

going to share this flat with that knew what yon were doing. Now for Manolo Acevedo each hit safely team 10; Cuba Club, 4. I with two men on base gave., Batteries: Bridges and Hay- --

man of the train? She was filled, goodness sake go and get a good .. .
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with a fierce hatred of him again. light's rest and you'll feel quite ,

He was cruel. Inhuman; a monster. different In the morning." a e

He must have been able to find some She was shaking so that she could :

other' way than thls..<.,v,, _.. hardly ,stand., Her sound,,. balancedself ._. .."".... ''"''\:.'.';<'< ..'.- : .J <"',''lot," ; ..<:-', ,"' .....:_ .f ;'. '- .,........_
She went out for a stiff walk for the side of her that had fought .
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an hour and could hardly bring herself through tragedy Into safety was In .
to go back. When she did. she abeyance. She was all quivering :t. Wizat the '

fetched her sewing Into the living- nerves. Again: she tried to pass him.If is yardstick

room. he saw that she was crying, she ." ,
would die of shame. '
was a little before eleven when His face changed to hardness '

IT Rex Moore came !n. and saw again; his angry mouth smiled !In for a cigarette.

Laurie's chestnut head bent over the ridicule ? .
shimmering sky-blue material of "You are afraid of me!" he said .. ,.. ".. ..

Glad's evening frock a patch of color with rough Impatience, hiding some .. ...'.. .. .,,' ;i'....
hurt that did not reach her ..
that looked Joyously fantastic In Y/ Take mildness for one thing-how 1
that severe brown room. ears. "Tou think I have got you here I :
t and am going to make love to you!
Every light was on In the flat does it measure for mildness? .-
You little fool do you think I've got up : ,
which he noticed at once." y- :.
any room for women In my life? '
"Good evening! Afraid of being
Goodnight! If you're the girl I took Chesterfields. are midernot flat _
alone In the flat? he asked. "Whydidn't .
you for yonll play the game. -
you keep the woman?" .
-- of but with :. ; "
"I'm not afraid." She raised her or insipid, course, a pleasing : '
Laurie woke with a bewilderedstart .' ,
head and gave him a startled glance.
as people who find themselves -
dg flavor.
He looked; so different la evening
in a strange bed In a strange
dress so much more sophisticated. .
She hadn't noticed It last night at room.She jumped np. and. remembered ; ,, Then take taste for another thing

Mark Albery's. She had been too
and started the day with a bad burst I'
confused to notice anything too of anger against herself against b 1 -does it have plenty of taste? t '
'I busy fighting to keep her composure Rex Moore against life In generaLShe
to appear natural to: say the proper
: Chesterfieldstastebetter-notstron
thing. had overslept to begin with. / .:;:.a _
She would have to rush or she
"Everything went fine" he told would be late for the office.. 1 but just right. .
her. "1t won't take l long to fix thingsup. \.
She had made a fool of herself
n. .....
Is keen the ..
Albery trying
Pacific again. So on am my L' When last night In that ridiculous fit of !i' .: t. I In other words, They Satisfythat's ; ,.
nerves. She was angrier than ever
1 you've'crashed badly It's no-good with Rex Moore>> because ho bad i
S tanking the same trip., H'. a secret, thonght she was afraid of him. .. ..ti my yardstick for a cigarette.

mind! Even from )'on.. Would you As she dressed skipping a bath I .-
like a drink? In her hurry the sensible side of ,
"No thanks." Laurie was quite her took the upper hand. lie had '. ... gk'r

cool now. been hateful to her and she was
J "Miud If I have one? A toast to But she -, -
going to punish him. must .
our new home!" keep her temper. She had got to live o ak may
He laughed but not mockingly. ; .fi k, ( ,
her own life. And she bad now been ;
was evidently very pleased with his given this wonderful chance by Mr. It '

evening.He Albery. This ridiculous game wa
thought only of himself the only for a short time; but being Mr.Alber"s .q
girl told herself. personal secretary might
"Tomorrow night well go out to .
dean a career.Coyyrigitrlsa. I
dinner and a show. If yon like." he ( Coralte Ktanton) .
went on "You mnsn't be bored.And

we shall have to have a few people
Laurie find. out torn ctrano
here. I hope this woman can cook. things about F.x. tomorrow. I

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JIar.h: G. 1863. t a ;i.. c
Today'sAnniversaries Q tIr.yes .
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1833-Benjamin R. Hanby,
United Brethren clergyman and tit A. ;#

Cetee,..etle,ateeetteeS popular song-writer: born at Ru h.

1807 John Howard Bryant ;: title i Ohio. Died March 16, 1867.II
younger brother.! o( the famed McNutt ;' I/ '/ f:r .vuf4r, l v "
1839 ,, Sarah!
: J. phy-
putt Princeton, 111.. pioneer! tlq
fici n. one of the founders of the" ""e.1'
lafnicr and poet born at Cum-;I lint babies vard in a New York'I q f q !

mington, Ma-.s.: Died Jan. ).1.1 hospital, born at Warrensburg! ,

1902 N. Y. Died Sept. 11, 1930. ; .

I 1847-Sarah J. Farmer, founder -

1822-Gregor Johann Mendel, of the celebrated; Green Acre %

Au'trian priest; end botanist, cocial and religious center in
Maine, loon at.Dover.N.IL. Diedat "Ii; Chesterfield the flats MILDERChesterfield.
coverer of the law of .. cigarette
di8-1 Eliot. Me.. NOT. 22, 1916 i -.
bearing his name, born. -
Jan. C. 1884.ulia. 1S49:: -Emma Lazarus, famed'

;; !I poetess and Jewish ,lyric ..* writer, ... the cigarette that TASTES L7TE 2 ., '-C jt" ":,

t 1$ Dean?popular and. ,born) in' New York'City.. Died: .- ... ; *'KY>M < beloved l actress of her day, born there, Nov. 19. 1S87. ._. : rOM

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. : .P iS .NAL..M. .Ti. .N. 7'CTIT! 1. CLASSIFIEDCOLUMN i: I'il.Aril.l"l.f SOLID- given COLD; at PRIZE

I................................................ Society I I GOLD RUSH DANCE

Francis Delaney, of the PWA Robert Lyons left Saturday for ..........aao.o..o..e. I If you do act receive your I Habana-Madrid Wednesday Nile Club
transportation department, re- Miami after visiting for two paper by 6:15 e'clock i. th.
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turned yesterday,from a business weeks With relatives and friends. Miss Virginia Kaye on 4. "Bon-Eon" Dance afternoon, call telephone SI i Matic by Del* Habaaa-Madrid

visit to Miami. : the sands at the fashionable t is Advertisement under tnii Lead On Friday Night and a paper will b. seat to } Orchestra

Mrs. Edwin Roberts returned Long Island I a will be Inserted in The Citizen at, year bom. A complaint boy I Ii. Admission, 7Sc Time 10 p. m.

Ellis Kemp, formerly of Key yesterday from Miami where she Atlantic Beach Club i. oa duty at this office from '
the rate of le a word for each insertion Kappa Pi Club will
West but now mating his home in was visiting her sister, Mrs. Anton using the new Con y but the minimum for the Dance at Cuban sponsor Club a"nonBon" 6:15 to 7:15 p. .. for t h.purpose 'I
Miami arrived yesterday for a Brost and other relatives. MirroStic. lipstick with first insertion in every instance ia on Friday evening. Twenty one- delivering. CODlplai.ta. -
visit with relatives and returnedIn } Help fire you 100
mirror attached. fi 25c-
Just pound of candy will be
the afternoon. Mrs. Wm. F. Maloney, who was Payment for classified advertisement percent service by Baling 51
introduced in "
the ; : given away at this dance. .j
e if
do not receive Toe Citl.I".lI..tITI.I"I"- I
1 in Miami with her you
1 on a vacation East., Is invariably in advance, Candy will be 'awarded to win-
Mrs. Leon M beV arland and chil- brother-in-law and sister Mr. and but regular advertisers with ledger ners of prize waltz prize fox- aen.

flren were arrivals yesterday for' Mrs. Leslie Curry returned yes-. : i iI iIF. account may have their advertise- trot, spot dances etc. A large

a visit wittft'Mrs.! MacFarland's terday. menta charged crowd is expected to attend this I II
OIotheJ'/:r.tn. T*A. Lumley and i Advertisers shvuld give their affair. }
pther relativei Mrs. Margarette Curry and son, street address M well as their telephone -. I 11
Mol, Frank H. Curry, arrived yester- number if they desire reulta. -* "Cold Ra-- Dance
'I I from Miami\ for visit with Leslie Howard-Merle Oberon
day a r \ Hire
P, Rg3 Roberts, representative ThisArmy
With Wednesday Night
the relatives and friends. : classified advertisement -In-
of, CudahyI'ackmg company,
: The Citizen will give free an THE SCARLET PIMPERNEL 'I
in Miami, arrival on the Of
morning train yesterday for a Misses Bessie May and Jessie I .. Autostrop Razor Outfit. Ask for What is believed to be the Comedy and Silly Symphony

visit with relatvies: and on business. Watkins who -rere spending a vacation -I "'w a it. first "Gold Ru! in Miami with relatives giy n in this city will take place

were returning passengers on I II >.. ROOMS i Wednesday evening at Habana-
morning train yesterday.W. ; ab Madrid Club. THE ADVER-
Mrs. C. N. Regrn and two cMI- I .
;-.z NOTED SINGER "THE MUNRO"-Rooms $2.00.
dren were arrivals yesterday from.I ;": a. # t A solid gold prize will be given TISING COLUMNSof
MAKES OWN $2.50 and $3.00 week. I
Fort Myers. and will visit for several -. R. Powell of the Phenol per away during the evening. Music
Sr Double
z TALKIES.l JohnCharles and Single 128 N. E. I I
weeks with) Mrs. Regan'amother. I Chemical company arrived yesterday will be furnished by Del's Ha- -
I Thomas 4th Street, Miami, Fla.
a visit with the _
Mrs. Lillie Wallace and for business s I I bana-Madrid Orchestra which was.
other relatives. sanitary: department of the Works 's noted American june26lmoxFOR formerly Tonimy's Orchestra. -
Progress. Administration. Baritone and lendingphonograph I! The Key West
John Rivas employe of the' 'w recording \'\It"""'IISPEND// :I
"F ., \ ?
PWA, who left Saturday moraine: Word received from Jackson- : tid. with anew : CitizenThey'll

to drive a beach wagon to Miami,i i I ville states that Juan Carbonell of ',y. amateur sound BICYCLES-WE Hour, Day or Week.RENT by Repair the: /i MAY BE
'i Key West was a guest registered movie camera developed I YOUR EYESYou're take
returned over the East Coast yes I all makes and paint them with. I II I your message
Hotel Seminole in"that cityon I t YOUR ?
terday. at the ? by RCA engineers Nu-Enamel. We carry a fall I I blaming it on too- to every home in the city

j I Friday. .-_ ; et Can supply of parts. Agent foc.the 1 : many-Bmokes, lack of exerciseor I, and SELL 'Elyour wares
Mr. and Mrs. James Wells and a den. N. J rVACATION too-little-sleep
and Mrs. E. C. Smith and children, ... Rollfast 'and Dayton Bicycles.I I I can produce 1 or'seres.PHONE. -
daughter Mrs. Charles Baker I I I devilish headaches and
Winniferd. Charles and Lucille The World's Mot And sell them as low as $5.00 :: THIS YEAR IN :
children who were visiting in the Populer Renderrous. ., still the '
1 down and $1.00 per week. We go unsuspected as
states and spent some time at Miami family of Bridge Tender Smithof for Travelers- the >.: ,, Buy and Sell all makes of used I FLORIDA : I 51
the return, came in over the Florida East Coast .Railway American. > p r e sBiding. :
on cause.DR.
for a I I''. Rue i J Bicycles. Phone 276. J. R.
the East Coast yesterday.Mrs. left Saturday afternoon # ;:. \ J. A. VALDES The Citizens
I >. Stowers Duval NfAITH '.
visit! with relatives in Bay Minette, Scribe .P eris. It is 1 company, 515 9 cur I Orlkogoa Soft-Lite Licencee
here that travelers street. apr9-tf
Raymond Baker who was Ala., they were aecompanied'as from the whole odd_ Iliiifftttttl\\ 532 Daval Street
visiting with her son. William, i in far as West Palm Beach by Mr. meet their friends," FOR RENT-Comfortable homeon

)Miami, returned yesterday accompanied Smith who will visit ,here with cash their Americen t Pine street Unfurnished. :': -- -- I -
by another eon, Phillip his mother. '" Empress Travelers; ;st v Apply Frank Johnson, Colonial :
Baker, player on the Bushkill Cheques receive
diamondball team, who returnedto Mrs. Reatha Russell, who was in their mail read Building. jly20-3t:

Miami in the afternoon.Mrs. Key West to attend the marriageof papers home-town end mate news"era* a ? PIANO TUNING I s HO'ydwinllecl!
her brother M. Stanton Gard- rangements for fur. 't be

Bertha McConnell. ,,'howas ner and Miss Mary Whitmarsh.left her travel throughout PIANO TUNER, Laureano ;

spending! a vacation in Key yesterday for her home in Europe. reno. Excellent piano for 1\10-1 'Don ACCEPTING'IMITATIONS

.West wiht her' daughter, Mrs. Miami. cheap. 101S Division

Lawton Watson and other rela- jun24lmoELECTRICAL I To nt the erifirul Davis 100% P.rc Flint
tives, left on the afternoon train Captain L. V. H. Dnrfee. U. S. D D sure to MADE IN BALTIMORE.
for her home in Miami A. assistant military attache in I ntuinunAM
yesterday look. for Dar* 100% Pare Paint ha often been
Havana who was spending a vaca-
M imiutcl bot never duplicated.
E. Miss tion in the state arrived in Key SOAPY SMITH this Label
Mrs. E. Hood formerly ELECTRIC WORK-Motor and i DIVM |W%; Pan Paint conform with ==..
.Texas Welch, of Key West.who West Saturday en route to Cuba King of Confidence? Men whose life Generator repairing, house wir-. all pare paint law and i* the only paint Lr.--
was here for a vacation with her and during the hours between ar- fxxrFax, S: story written by W.IKam Ross Collier ing. Reasonable prices. Wm. UQntPURE that came a guarantee of parity. ==-..:.:
mother, Mrs. Sarah Welch, and rival and departure of the ship, *xr' end Edwin Victor. Whet end is- Sawyer, Jr., 816 Emma street. PAINT :-.
of C. D. Harrington Cook for this Guarantee the Label-*
other relatives returned yester- was guest Captain sued in boot form under the Mia! jly20-3t I on
day to her home in Miami. and Mrs.\ Harrington.
"THE REIGN OF SOAPY SMITH"is wa haw to caMMCthM nta>.ujr Mlm FMMTHEERDAVISCa Mrd--..-w.iv r..n.Aa.r .
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FOR SALE rrod.at ere i fey r M BsltnmrU *oUfS99 rtr.sgh On I I
Mrs. Malone wife of Mayor Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Saundersleft coming a literary sensation. C.f '
Doubleday Doren & Co. < Wm. II. Malone who is vacationing Saturday afternoon over the are the pub OLD PAPERS FUR SALE-Two

with relatives in Miami and I East Coast for visits with relatives y 'lishers. Critics agree story none bundles for EC. The Citizen; Of G. C. ROBERTS Caroline and William Streets J
of the most ; I
came in for the week-end returned and friends at Homestead astounding fice. oct16
yesterday afternoon. I and Miami and will afterward con- l true narratives ever written i.
tinue to New York where they will English. ---=- ------

Alton Albertus, machinist with spend a vacation with their son
the Florida East Coast Railway I and daughter-in-law Mr. and Mrs.
company at Miami, who was in Eugene Saunders, in the Adiron- --- ... -- -- -. --, -.

Key West with his family recup- dack mountains.J. 'eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeToday's -1 fcilcre in life, and considerable
erating from a fractured right
forearm left yesterday afternoon E. Coombs, chief auditor for Horoscope trouble of an inexpected character FIRMSWho

tq resume his duties. the Florida East Coast Railway M.e..e./01..11,1..... may come from the latter.

company, who was in Key West Today's Jep-'ce indicates .1
After an enjoyable vacation checking up accounts at the different '
who i is tractable and may be even Subscribe to The Citizen.
with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. offices, left Saturday afternoon I
William Nelson at the home or. accompanied by Mrs.. docile; perhaps' a little too much ,; Rush To Give You Service-Patronize Theme

Pine street, Mrs. R. M. He'ton'! Coombs and their son and daughter. so. There is an indication of being KAPPA PI'S _

and two children left Saturdayfor held in restraint '>y friends or "BON-BON" DANCE

the home in Miami. relatives, or that some force of,
Mrs. Hattie Welch left Satur-I circumrtance interfere with}'! Friday, July 26, Cuban Clllb-
'Mrs. Myrtle McCarthy, who was day afternoon for Miami to visit may 20 1.lb hoses Choclate.'to'Le Star American Coffee ROSES
spending a few days in Miami as her son, Charles and daughter, freedom 07.a;tioll. Both of these "! given a* price THIS SPACE:

guest of Mrs. W.. B. Whitman, returned -: Miss Maude Welch. dangers should be. avoided if possible II Ladies Gratis Gents_ _601 You'll find out how
; the first would cause a. FLORAL A
yesterday.Miss PIECES
I, good it is when try
Miss Leonor Warren, daughter 328 SIMONTON< ST
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Rose Mary Bethel, who i of Dr. and Mrs. Wm. R. Warren, ..011.0..1.1......1..a 11 a..e e e e...000.'..... the first cup Ib 2Sc.. SPECIALTY 12 Insertions
was spending a tacation in Jupi- left yesterday afternoon over the
ter with her sister, Mrs. Mary I East Coast for New York City P L U M BIN G LARGO, tb 18c; PLANTS and VINES

Larsen, returned yesterday.. where she will visit with her aunt FOR SALE V & S., tb 15c. -

t Mrs. Austin Harper, formerly.Miss! '_PER. MONTHRoasted
Mrs. Paul Herriek and children I Marjory Warren, sister of Dr. in Key Wei by SOUTH FLORIDA

who were enjoying avisit in Miami i Warren, and from there will go to .,. DURO PUMPS. .',., '. .
with Mrs. Herrick'a brotherand visit Mrs. Donald Stuart, former. : % .: f :; STi\R :COFFEE MILL ,
sister-in-law, Mr., and MrsV I ly Miss Effie Bethel at Ithica, f.- ; v : PLUMBING SUPPLIES t. NURSERY 1 tJ

Robert Pr tehard,. returned yes iN. Y. i dl .r iP t1 p creene Street $3.00 .
terday. I PHONE 348 I; Ane 256
Joe' Mondul, who was spendingfive PHONE 597
Mrs. Armando Cobo and daughter I weeks with relatives in Key '- -

Consuelo. returned yesterday i West while recuperating from an ''. J' ,. .
from a visit of one week with rela- operation, left yesterday for Mi- --REAh- HAPPY DAYS ARE HERE
tives and friends in Miami. I I ami accompanied by Mrs. Mondul. 1 SELECT SEA FOODS : INSURANCE

Mr. Mondul marvels at the changein THE KEY \WEST
Miss Celeste Archer, who was,, i Key West and believes the future I Jewfish, Z lb. 35c i A
spending a few days with her par holds much in store for the -'tns' 'tit !atwg tn t,!'101I Yellowtail Steak 2 IL. 3Sc Office 319 DUTal Street

ents, Mr. and Mrs. George F. I city and its people.MONROE ax Yellowtail o. Bone, 2 lb. 2Sc SUNDAY STAR

Archer, at the home on Newton I _
street, left Saturday afternoon Grouper 2 Ib. 2Sc TELEPHONE NO.1 g

o\er the East Coast for her home I THEATERMAY Snapper Z 2Sc
Subscri tion$2 Per Year
in Tampa. j f WEST > sr3'Skt M aUo. Fish. 2 lbw 2Sc
Try Your M... At
-inGOING Wed -THE-- '
Key Only Sunday
Mrs. Claude Johnson and dau?h-,j l TO TOWN ; FRESH SHRIMP
Paper Dtlmomco Restaurant
ter Miss Ruby Johnson. who were I Matinee Balcony lOc; Orches PORTER ALLEN

in Miami for a visit with relative,j try I5-20c Nights 15-25e FREE PROMPT DELIVERY Business Office Citizen B.d.ei..r Beer. ______ 110
returned yesterday. s
LOWE FISH COMPANY Building sin c..r. Dia..H, -----
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P' Flerniag Street JENNIE
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Most Popular Hotel"N. Furnished two-story house and lot at 1307 Whitehead 1 Tb.a' of .'

E. lit Street at Biscayne Boulevard street. In exclusive neighborhood. Beautiful view. 'W.tcb P R I N r I N G D.pI'lM. Syrpatb.tie -'

Overlooking; Bayfront Park and Biscayne Bay of the sea and overlooking Coral Park c..rte.7
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